Would you like to find out more? Then take a look at the FE Advice website.
You can call the FE Advice Service on 0300 303 1877 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you can’t find the information that you need.
Education Alternatives (TARGETjobs / AGCAS publication) aims to provide information about education-related careers other than teaching in mainstream schools. So.. if you’re
this may give you some ideas
The US UK Fulbright Commission offers a variety of awards for individuals to pursue study, research, and teaching in any academic subject at any US higher education institution.
You can find detailed information on their website about the awards. The Fulbright website is a great resource if you’re considering studying in the USA!
Africa & Asia Venture‘s project offers exposure to and experience of both ‘first’ and developing world China. Starting with a four-week home-stay and Mandarin course in the affluent city of Hangzhou you will then move to The Thousand Island Lakes area where you will be teaching English to impoverished children.
Not just gap years, China and teaching!
AV also offer Art, Drama, Music and Dance; Community work; and Sports coaching as volunteering and summer projects in India, Nepal, Thailand, Kenya, Malawi, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda.
We’re re-posting this today, in case you missed it first time round:
Trainee teachers hoping to gain Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) need to pass ICT, numeracy and literacy skills tests.
Books with sample tests are useful practice. You can find these in the Placement and Careers Centre – we have three books to help you practice for these tests.
Ask to see:
Passing the Numeracy Skills Test – achieving QTS series by Mark Patmore
Passing the ICT Skills Test – achieving QTS series by Clive Ferrigan
Passing the Literacy Skills Test – achieving QTS series by Jim Johnson